And I found some, thanks to Lynn Woolsey.
Woolsey asked local mayors: "To bring an end to the occupation and to halt the hemorrhage of tax dollars from local projects, I encourage local governments to add your voices to your constituents; by adopting resolutions sending a strong message to Washington - our troops have done everything that has been asked of them, and it's time to bring them home."
Woolsey said the war is "unwinnable" and affects every citizen.
"A prolific jihadist sympathizer has posted an ‘explosive’ study on one of the main jihadist websites in which he laments the dire situation that the mujaheddin find themselves in Iraq by citing the steep drop in the number of insurgent operations conducted by the various jihadist groups, most notably Al-Qaeda’s 94 percent decline in operational ability over the last 12 months when only a year and half ago Al-Qaeda accounted for 60 percent of all jihadist activity!" (see chart below)
The IJ article continues:
Larkspur Mayor Kathy Hartzell said she hasn't seen Woolsey's letter, and Mill Valley's was mailed to an old post office box address, said Mayor Shawn Marshall.
Hartzell added the Larkspur council doesn't take stands on matters "that are outside the parameter of our responsibilities."
San Rafael Mayor Al Boro said he's not planning to put Woolsey's request on his council's agenda, either.
There's not a lot of political support for the war on the San Rafael council, he said - adding it is not an issue the council can control or have an impact on.